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|Title:||Cyclic syllabification and a first cycle rule of vowel-rounding in some dialects of Australian English|
|Abstract:||A discussion of the realisation of /l/ in Australian English, and of the quality of back vowels preceding the /l/, especially in Cultivated Adelaide English. A technical solution making use of cyclic syllabification is proposed, and evidence from /r/ insertion is adduced.|
|Description:||This is an unpublished term-paper (March 1980) forming part of Simpson's doctoral course-work at the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It has been cited in the phonological literature.|
|Type of Work:||Other|
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